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JPanel Problem

Garry Kalra
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I have a doubt.
I thought making a JPanel disabled would make all its components disabled, but i don't think this happens. Is there a way to desable all the components on the JPanel, or do i need to disable them individually.
Any help will be appreciated.
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Gaurav Kalra
Gregg Bolinger
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As far as I know, you have to disable each component. A JPanel is a Container. I think you can only disable Components.
You could use the getComponent() method which would throw all the components into an Object Array and then parse through them and disable them using a for loop. Maybe myComponent.setEnabled(false) for each component would be easier though.
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Garry Kalra
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Thanks for the Information.
Garry Kalra
 
 
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